Owner may or may not want to sell eventually. Nice home has been updated. G ... more
You can visit my site at www.findyourtexashome.com/leasing.
Your credit score isn't really factored into what you can afford - it's mainly used as a qualifying factor. Your income, the ratio of your current debt to that income, t ... more
I think if you go to the US census report you might find out more information that way about the demographics in the area of Mesqui ... more
Of these there are currently are only 14 for under $900, and 12 of these ... more
You may not want to hear this, but..you shoud really be concentrating on improving your credit before even thinking of trying to borrow money t ... more
Unfortunately the state of Texas has made "rent to own" very, very difficult and as such, most home owners who are familiar with the laws will not do it.
Have you tried ... more
Take a look at the school maps here on Trulia: http://www.trulia.com/real_estate/Mesquite-Texas/schools/
Hope this helps!
Ali, Community Manager
Another thing you can do is to report the condition of the home to the city. It is illegal to have mold in the home. You need to hold him accountable for what he is doing!
Yes, the $42,000 is probably a starting point.
If you are interested, you should engage a Realtor and have them do a CMA so that you ar ... more